Non Alcoholic Riesling NZ’S NO. 1 RIESLING IS NOW AVAILABLE IN 0%
A blend of fruit from two of New Zealand’s preeminent Riesling areas – Marlborough & Waipara, our award-winning Riesling is now available with the alcohol gently removed. 0% Alcohol. 100% Flavour.
We’ve been creating premium New Zealand wines and leading the industry for over 40 years and expanding our range to include low and no alcohol options is not something we’ve taken lightly. Our passion for winemaking is infused into the Giesen 0% range just as strongly as in our full-strength wines, so it only made sense to create an alcohol-removed version of our most awarded wine.
NZ’s No.1 Riesling is now available in 0%
Just like the full-strength version, this alcohol-removed Riesling features notes of lime, citrus blossom and elderflower on the nose while the palate offers lively and refreshing Riesling characteristics, with zingy lime, ripe mandarin and delicious sweetness, all balanced by a refreshing, crisp finish.
A refreshing, off-dry style Riesling with 0% alcohol and low calories—it’s the perfect choice for any occasion.
Giesen 0% wines are perfect for any occasion you’d like to enjoy the experience of a premium New Zealand wine without the aftereffects. Whether you’re sober driving, have an early morning training, or you’d just prefer to keep your wits about you—there’s no need to sacrifice flavour and experience with Giesen 0%.
And as a bonus, it has only 22 calories per 100ml serve—over 70% less than our full-strength Riesling.
How it’s made
Creating 0% wine with complex body and tasting notes is a complicated process.
We use gentle, spinning cone technology to separate the wine into three layers: aroma, alcohol, and the body of the wine. Then we recombine the delicate aroma and add just a touch of premium grape juice to help hold the flavour for a complex wine without the alcohol.
A wine for any occasion
Enjoy a glass any time and be a part of the celebrations. Now available at most New World and PAK’nSAVE supermarkets and other leading retailers across New Zealand.